Evans Metal Stamping supports Youth Leadership

The Chamber of Commerce collaborates with Rockdale county Schools.

Rockdale Youth Leadership provides leadership development and community awareness training for 10th grade students in Rockdale County. Through collaboration with the Conyers-Rockdale Chamber of Commerce and Rockdale County Public Schools, aspiring youth leaders will have the opportunity to interact with local decision makers and participate in community service activities. During the program, students will interact with community leaders, local elected officials, and school administrators to enhance their awareness of community needs and resources. Through interactive workshops, special tours, and community service projects, RYL participants will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to become confident, caring leaders in their community and respective schools.


Dee Barnes congratulates 31 students on their graduation, May 1, 2017 from the Rockdale Young Leaders program.



The 2017 RYL graduates from Heritage High School are Tamira Anderson, Kennedy Binder, Jordan Ginn, Carissa Griffin, Bryce Hooley, Seth Pauls, Alexander Principe and Makayla St. Rose.

The Salem High School RYL students include Vanessa Armand, Amber Cater, Paulene Deodat, Emily Mahabir, Amiya Murray, Ayana Murray, Jordan Newton and Diamond Wilson.

Rockdale County High School representatives included Xaviera Gregg, Emil Johnson, Shikirah Johnson, Jordan Rogers and Jonathan Smiley.

The RYL graduates from Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology are Khaylie Boothe, Aryanna Brown, Kyra Chinnery, Nailah Clarington, Jennifer Cruz, Zora Duncan, Cionne Gates, Adaysha Gilbert, Chelsea Stone and James Warrenm III.

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